Tackling climate change in the short-term was one of the reasons for joining the global pledge to decrease methane emissions by 30 % b 2030 (more than 125 countries committed in Glasgow to the Global Methane Pledge). Methane is "shorter lived" in the atmosphere than carbon dioxide and therefore also has a lower impact on climate change.
However the recent report from the UN environment programme "An Eye on Methane: International Methane Emissions Observatory 2022 Report " still shows an increase of methane emissions. Even worse it has skyrocketed faster than at any time since the 1980s.
These days ahed of COP 27 a new report called "Methane Matters: Towards a global Methane agreement" has been published by Changing Markets Foundation with Gaia and Environmental investigation agency. You can find the link to a comment and the report itself on https://eia-international.org/news/methane-matters-towards-a-global-methane-agreement/ .